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BurzOff is a completely new and 'first of its kind' outdoor accessory. Designed as a bur removal tool from clothing (to remove Cockleburs, Beggar's Lice and all common burs), BurzOff has double environmental friendlyness. BurzOff is made from recycled material and helps prevent the spread of invasive plants.

AMV, LLC, manufacturer of foamed recycled glass products, has entered the outdoor market with BurzOff. Believed to be the world’s first and only tool specifically designed for removing burs from clothing, BurzOff is produced from a manmade pumice-like substance. It effectively removes Cockleburs, Beggar’s Lice and all common burs from denim, socks, fleece and canvas clothing. “During our product development and market research we had over 50 hunters, hikers and fishermen from Washington State to Florida test BurzOff for us and 90% came back thoroughly amazed and happy.” said Chris Andersen, inventor and AMV Operations Manager, “We knew we had a winner when folks started volunteering to test BurzOff for us well after the trials. Obviously, people had been talking.”

Andersen’s patented technology takes discarded bottles and jars, breaks them down and foams them to make the bar shaped BurzOff, among other products. “Early in our development of BurzOff, we realized that it would have double ‘environmentally friendliness.’ It’s true, we are keeping waste glass out of landfills, but BurzOff will also help stem the spread of non-native, invasive plants. A real concern of conservationists everywhere you go.”

AMV Business Manager, Bob Schweighauser, commented, “We searched high and low for something on the market to take burs off of clothing, and found nothing. Even the big retailers like Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s and Dick’s Sporting Goods did not have a single tool for bur removal from clothing.” Schweighauser went on to say, “The real appeal of BurzOff is that it saves time. It’s a no brainer.”

For further information, contact Bob Schweighauser or toll free (877) 483-4547.


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